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Bachelor of Engineering (Civil Engineering)/Master of Business Administration (TB) - Mechanics of Solids

Civil Engineering 3056 Mechanics of Solids
Three dimensional concept of stress and strain; stress-strain relationships for plane stress and plane strain; equations of equilibrium and compatibility; transformation of stress in three dimensions; Mohr's circle of stress and strain; inelastic flexure and torsion behaviour; unsymmetrical bending; curved beams; shear in unsymmetrical sections and shear centre; shear lag; torsion of open and closed thin-walled sections; membrane analogy; theories of failure and limit analysis; stresses in thick-walled pressure vessels and rotating disks; fatigue failure; stress concentration; elastic and inelastic buckling of columns.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s):

Civil Engineering 1533

Offering: 3-1; 0-0
Course Classifications: Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences